What does choker mean?

Definitions for choker
ˈtʃoʊ kərchok·er

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. garroter, garrotter, strangler, throttler, chokernoun

    someone who kills by strangling

  2. chokernoun

    an unfortunate person who is unable to perform effectively because of nervous tension or agitation

    "he could win if he wasn't a choker"

  3. choker, collar, dog collar, neckbandnoun

    necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck

  4. choker, ruff, ruffle, neck ruffnoun

    a high tight collar

Wiktionary

  1. chokernoun

    A piece of jewelry or ornamental fabric, worn as a necklace, tight to the throat.

  2. chokernoun

    One who, or that which, chokes or strangles.

  3. chokernoun

    One who operates the choke of an engine during ignition.

  4. chokernoun

    Any disappointing or upsetting circumstance.

    I lost u00A3100 on the horses today uE000183484uE001 what a choker!

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. A Chokernoun

    Etymology: from choke.

Wikipedia

  1. Choker

    A choker is a close-fitting necklace worn around the neck, typically 14 inch to 16 inch in length. Chokers can be made of a variety of materials, including velvet, plastic, beads, latex, leather, metal, such as silver, gold, or platinum, etc. They can be adorned in a variety of ways, including with sequins, studs, or a pendant.

ChatGPT

  1. choker

    A choker is a type of necklace that fits closely around the neck, typically 14 to 16 inches long. It can be made of a variety of materials such as velvet, plastic, beads, leather, gold, silver, and others. Originally worn in the Victorian era, chokers have had several periods of popularity throughout history and continue to be a popular fashion trend today. In addition, the term choker can also refer to someone who is unable to perform well under pressure situations.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Chokernoun

    one who, or that which, chokes

  2. Chokernoun

    a stiff wide cravat; a stock

Wikidata

  1. Choker

    A choker is a close-fitting necklace, worn high on the neck. This type of jewellery can consist of one or more bands circling the neck. Chokers can be made of a variety of materials, including velvet, plastic, beads, metal, and leather. They are often adorned in a variety of ways, including with sequins, studs, a pendant, or a cameo. It was first invented in China and, later on, it expanded throughout the world. In culture, it is associated with various subcultures, such as modern wiccan. Historically, it is associated with high fashion, but takes on a different meaning under different circumstances. For example, a plain red ribbon choker has ties to prostitution, while a plain black woven/ribbon can either signify secret lesbianism, or ties to BDSM subculture.

Military Dictionary and Gazetteer

  1. choker

    An implement used by engineers to compress and test the circumference of a fascine. It consists of two strong pieces of wood about 4 feet long joined by a chain. Two rings inserted in the chain mark the length of the circumference required.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of choker in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of choker in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of choker in a Sentence

  1. Rudy Fuehrer:

    He crouched down and literally disappeared into the hole with a lead that had a choker on it, he was able somehow to manipulate his arms and get the choker around the dog’s head.

  2. Marco Rubio:

    'He is a chocker. And once a chocker, always a' -- a choker, I guess that's what he meant to say.

  3. Aurora Berill:

    A beautiful choker can instantly make a statement and enhance any outfit.

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